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Hades' Helm
Ancient Greek helmet

Origin

Hades

Type

Helmet

Effects

Turns the user invisible by turning them into a shadow, allowing one to travel through them

Downsides

The user will be unable to deny someone the helmet if they ask for it or owe that person a debt

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Pantheon

Aisle

Perseus-1395

Date of Collection

201 AD

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OriginEdit

Hades was the god of the underworld in ancient Greek mythology. He, along with his brothers Zeus and Poseidon, fought against and defeated their elders, the Titans. While the earth was province of Gaia, the three brothers split up the other three major areas of the universe, the underworld, air and seas.

EffectsEdit

Hades Helm of Darkness, also known as the Cap of Invisibility, turns the person into a shadow, effectively making them invisible. In this state, they can move between shadows with ease. When the person is not invisible, they radiate uncontrollable waves of fear.

One way to get the artifact away from its user is to have someone, preferably one the user owes a debt to, ask to borrow or use the helmet. The user will be unable to resist that person’s request; if they resist, the helmet will only forcibly pull away to the other person.

HistoryEdit

The artifact’s exact origins are unknown, although its first wearer has been identified by Warehouse 3 to be the original Hades-High Warden of the Greek Underworld. The helm was passed down until it was eventually given to Warehouse 3 after their conflict with The Olympians.

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